Schabas's resignation is a cynical attempt to protect his anti-Israel report that comes out in March, from accusations of bias.
Giuliani on Israel and Iran: "If someone threatens to kill you, you simply don’t give them the gun to do it, unless there’s something wrong with you.”
Obama admits ISIS holding U.S. woman hostage
Two US defense contract workers were targeted with gunfire in Saudi Arabia - again - last week.
Arab journalist advocates for PA and Gaza in State Dept. Press Briefings
Haaretz may not be too pleased with the results of the latest election poll they ran...
French soldiers guarding Jewish sites in Paris are learning first-hand what anti-Semitism feels like.
One of the terrorists released in the Gilad Shalit deal was found illegally residing in Herzliya on Monday.
"Anti-Semitism is not a fairy tale."
In the PA, "negotiations" means "ultimatum, "agreements" mean broke promises, and what does non-violent resistance mean?
The barbed-wire political fence was more than Lieberman could stand.
Anti-draft Haredim blocked roads in Jerusalem, Modi'in and Ashdod.
Weapons displayed in the video are a small indication of the huge amount of arms in Syria.
He also said the US is trying to save the life of a 26-year-old woman held by the Islamic State.
It’s a safe bet to say that the overwhelming number of American football fans in Israel cheered on the Patriots.
And which Israelis official backed the resolution in 2006? Tzipi Livni.
Egyptian Foreign Minister angry that State Department officials met with Muslim Brotherhood members
Is Israel in deep trouble for rooting against the Seahawks?
A U.S. defense subcontractor for Elbit died mysteriously in Saudi Arabia on Jan 15. His body's still held there.
The IDF is working on how to lighten the load that must be carried by ground troops into battle.
Two rare 150-year-old tokens issued by a kosher restaurant from the U.S. civil war period are to be shown this week in Jerusalem.
Likud party members charge opponents with receiving illicit funds and violating Israeli election laws.
An IDF soldier is lightly wounded and an Egged bus damaged in an Arab rock attack in Jerusalem's Old City.
Nursery and kindergarten teachers in Efrat learn self-defense techniques but hope they won't need them.
The Prime Minister has declared Orbach temporarily absent from the Knesset for medical reasons.